Agadir (Photo: Maciej Czekajewski/Shutterstock.com)
4.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating

By Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Agadir

The Moroccan port of Agadir feels much like many of the Western world's most popular resort towns with its palm-tree lined beaches, golf courses, beach bars and cafes. Though the availability of camel rides and excursions to the ruins of Agadir Kasbah -- a citadel that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960 -- differentiates it. For those looking to venture beyond the beach, there's an expansive open-air food market, a botanical garden and a number of hammam spas.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

About Agadir


Pro

A classic resort town with gorgeous beaches and a number of relaxing activity options

Con

For travelers hoping for cultural immersion, Agadir may seem overly touristy

Bottom Line

Agadir is a picturesque beach town with plenty of diversions well suited for sun seekers


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